I received this book courtesy of Wigu Publishing for the purpose of a fair and honest review.
Overview: Jake has a new class project. He has to tell the class what he wants to be when he grows up.
Story Telling: This was done well. There were little tables for explaining some of the more interesting bits of Army lore.
Likes: What was really cool was the fact that Dad was teaching Jake about the Army. This also made it so that it wasn’t just an advertisement. It wasn’t left to the book, or the teacher, something that maybe schools and parents should consider.
Dislikes: There wasn’t anything, that I could find, wrong with this story.
Favorite Character: Jake’s Dad was pretty cool. It’s not every book where the parents are involved with their children’s lives.
Favorite Quote: The quote this time comes from one of the educational sections. “There is nothing so likely to produce peace as to be well prepared to meet the enemy.” President George Washington.
Favorite Scene: The best part was when Jake found out what Hannah wanted to be.
Conclusion: This is a great book. I think that your child will enjoy it, and learn something in the process.